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for the rest of the 1920s and 1930s, san diego was the center of gravity for all things naval aviation, especially the development of the aircraft carrier as a vital component of the fleet and the tactics that were eventually used to help win world war ii. san diego has never had to look back, both in times of post war conflict during the cold war and in the base reduction that is occurred in the 1990s. so san diego during all the -- all the base realignment and closures had a net gain in bases at the expense of other communities during that time of retraction. because of this, san diego has been able to move forward and develop its own distinctive personality from los angeles because of the major military presence here. and even into the 21st century, we still have the military being one of the pillars of the san diego economy. . we arer: this weekend
featuring the history of san diego, california. together with our charter partner. learn more about san diego and the other stops on our cities tour at www.c-span.org. you're watching american history tv. i'll weekend, every weekend on c-span3. weekend.ekend, every announcer: the c-span video library is an easy way to -- and lookwww.c-span.org on the front page. on the left side are all the hearings and the presidential events of that day, presidential -- political events of that day. right underneath that on the left is a link that says recent events. they appear in the order that they were on the network. you can search for a person's
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